NCWF Upcoming Events
Calendar of Events
Neighborhood Cleanup Challenge
North Carolina Wildlife Federation will host a statewide Neighborhood Cleanup Challenge to encourage residents to help wildlife, waterways, and habitats by removing trash from NC neighborhoods. This volunteer cleanup effort will help protect wildlife from trash ingestion, strangulation, and entrapment. “We’ve all seen videos of heroic people saving wildlife from being entangled, impaled, and strangled…
Join the Charlotte Wildlife Stewards to help install ten nuthatch birdhouses, prune trees and cleanup trash in Chantilly Park! Pre-registration is required. Limited to 50 participants registered for safety. Masks and social distancing are required. Click here to review NCWF COVID-19 safety protocols. Register Today!
Join NCWF’s Great Outdoors University for a Trees4Trash planting at Milton Road Boys and Girls Club in Charlotte! We will plant 50 pollinator plants and 4 trees and tidy up the vegetable gardens. Limited to 15 participants. Pre-registration is required. Masks and social distancing are required. Click here to review NCWF COVID-19 safety protocols. Register Today!
In-person meetings are currently suspended until further notice, but join the Albemarle Conservation and Wildlife Chapter Program chapter for their monthly webinar on the first Tuesday of the month.
Whether you’ve lived in the Cabarrus County area for decades or only a few months, you’ve likely noticed signs of growth all over town. Development and re-development are booming in our urban neighborhoods and surrounding areas and the impact on our wildlife is evident! Cabarrus County has experienced a 22 % increase in population over…
In-person meetings are currently suspended until further notice, but join the Hawk (Habitat And Wildlife Keepers) monthly webinar on the first Tuesday of the month.
NCWF and volunteers will gather in Charlotte to collect trash before it washes into nearby streams, harming terrestrial and marine species. Registration Coming Soon!